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about the best president's in history of america. f.d.r., number one. in the top ten always. wilson. wilson and f.d.r., they did more to destroy the constitution than practically any other president or all other presidents -- present president excluded -- combined. f.d.r., wilson, both used emergency and war to justify just running around the constitution. f.d.r. ran for a third and fourth term. there is a reason constituted issued term limits for the president after f.d.r. died. they didn't want him to happen again. we were never taught about woodrow wilson. woodrow wilson was a racist of the first order. this guy was a spooky, spooky dude. he subverted the constitution. he locked people up. he invented propaganda. i mean state sponsored propaganda. he was the man the goebbels learned it from. >> do you agree with what we just heard? didn't f.d.r. and woodrow wilson do irreparable damage to the constitution? >> indeed they did. even if we put aside president wilson and the espionage act and the sedition act and how he put people in jail for disagreeing with him in world war i. how
. they acquired a former actor, john wilson. erp, josh wilson. wilson arrived in seattle for the second round pick out of maryland in 2007. his speed makes up for the loss of dominique foxworth. wilson will likely not play in the preseason finale on thursday in st. louis. the arrival of wilson puts more pressure on prince miller. now that the ravens have more depth, miller will need -- when you do not have baseball locked up like an experienced veteran, your nfl career becomes a day-to-day thing, especially at this time of the year. >> we have a number of guys to do it, but probably not in this game. we will see a lot of prints in this game. it will be a great opportunity for prince to get out there. he is looking for a roster spot. i would be a great opportunity for him. >> terence qoba, no. 63, he is the second pick -- terence cody, no. 63, he is the second pick. he will likely return for the week to game against cincinnati. the ravens to not play home game until the last sunday of september. maryland and navy will have downtown hopping on labor day. the terps face navy, of the second time in 35
, north carolina. college football. what a night for russell wilson. he threw this touchdown pass. with timing out in the first half, were also wilson again. touchdown. wilson completed 21 of this 30 passes. north carolina state beat cincinnati 30-19. nyjer morgan will begin an eight-game suspension tomorrow. he was also fined. he had appealed the suspension and now says he is happy that they listen to his side of the story. they lost to date and nyjer morgan will travel with the team during the suspension. the redskins continue vincent jackson. he is 26 years old. the nfl says jackson can play in week five. can they make a deal if they are serious? >> right now identity-50. >> i would like to see him come [ laughing ] hey, let me see that map for a second. just drive, we'll get there! adventure runs on dunkin', with our lineup of oven-toasted breakfast sandwiches. from egg white flatbreads to bagel sandwiches, grab your favorite just the way you like it. hurry in to dunkin' donuts for a delicious veggie or turkey sausage egg white sandwich. >> take a look at the live greater trad
have the carries but they used david wilson this time. down 6th and a third wilson ad one of his two td. they win 49-27. >> first of three consecutive games for the navy down 13-7. no triple option here. dogs lost it to john howl for the 24 five yard td. the missed extra point and we are tied at 13. third quarter tied at 23. it is the back up qb chris proctor keeps it. the dogs have been knocked out of the game after hard hits on consecutive plays. he would later return. navy wins 37-23. >>> in other local scores, howard falls to florida a&m 50- 7. georgetown loses on the road to yale 13-45. >> and catholic loses to mcdaniel 24-14. >>> we will be right back.   words alone aren't enough. my job is to listen to the needs and frustrations of the shrimpers and fishermen, hotel or restaurant workers who lost their jobs to the spill. i'm iris cross. bp has taken full responsibility for the clean up in the gulf and that includes keeping you informed. our job is to listen and find ways to help. that means working with communities. restoring the jobs, tourist beaches, and businesses im
of another white house. >> wilson also saw an opportunity in war, never waste an emergency, he campaigned against war and then he was sworn in for a second term a month later, we were at war, but he had to reverse the idea of the american people. they didn't want war. so he created on april 13th, 1917, woodrow wilson, evil, evil man, created the committee on public information. by and large, the journalists that were out there complied with the official cpi guidelines in order to stay inside the information loop because the journalists had a decision to make, do we do what the public information office is telling us or do we get cut off? think of all of these and see if there's any relationship at all to what's happening today, because we're repeating the wilson administration. the news agencies that didn't respect the cpi's request were moved out of the information loop. gee, who did that? i think president obama did by saying, oh, no, fox isn't even a real news organization, tried to cut us out of the pool feed and they issued 6,000 press releases aen they also had 75,000 four-minutemen
this out. in time, barely, but in time in about 1918. figured it out when woodrow wilson talked about the league of nations, which was global governance. now, does the story make sense through your eyes? that story with hillary clinton, no. does it make sense over here? yes! their clear ideology is a clear and present danger to america. look how the choice architect changed your life because you're homer simpson and you haven't noticed. these are just the things they've done in the last 18 months on food. now, this is all going to be up on foxnews.com, fox nation, blaze.com and glennbeck.com. i want you to see all of these things. start with food. left to your own devices you'll eat too much, be a big fatty and eat the wrong food. you'll become unhealthy. enter cass sunstein and the choice architect. boston officials, who is in charge of boston -- that's right, barack obama's best friend -- they are considering a ban on soda in vending machines and snack bars across the city. reason? people are too fat. a third grader was given a harsh punishment of a week's detention. why? not for a
wilson -- recovery for maria theresa wilson, a former educator with a masters degree battling back from a head injury that left her devastated both physically and financially. >> i didn't know where to go or what to do. >> reporter: unable to work her northwest d.c. home went into foreclosure. that's when she was approached by a man promising help. >> they knocked on the door and said we realize you're in preforeclosure and we can help you do this and help you with your a rearages and i said oh, my god, this is wonderful. >> reporter: that man worked for vincent abel, a local d.c. businessman involved in real estate and the mortgage business. wilson said she unwittingly signed over the title of her house to abel and became a renter in her own home. she still had to pay her mortgage and when she couldn't keep up, abel evicted her. >> it's like a re-f is i what you're thinking you're doing. that's the -- re-fi is what you're thinking you're doing. that's the way it was presented as a refinancing and the next thing you know, they're saying no, it was a sale. how can you be educated and mis
to include other souvenirs, and later, sarah wilson joined them to operate a cafe. wilson saw the work with the national park service, so wilson and ortega were able to get concessions in the national monuments. the ortega's main business is souvenirs' with small cafe, and they have never run in full concession. stowe lake now serves mostly local people. we do not need a large souvenir concession that they would need to recoup their $250,000 concession. the small lake and limited parking is too small. if they gain the concession, the character still lake would change to concession. they would discourage voters, walkers, and joggers. they would replace the quiet beauty and nature. commissioner buell: thank you. >> [reading names] >> i am in san francisco resident, and i'm here today to support the upgrade act stowe lake. -- upgrade at stowe lake. i represent a four-year-old and two-year-old. just food and the environment in general, and i am also representing ron lang, who will not be speaking in front of you because the giants are playing in 20 minutes. he, too, would like to see the u
as another incident in less than two weeks. >>> new progress made in the wilson bridge project. we have everything you need to know as you head out the door. >>> ahead later this hour, we'll talk live with the project manager. fox 5 morning news continues right now. >>> good monday morning to you. it is september 7, 2010. there is a live look outside. it will be a slow go out there because it is wet outside. thank you for waking up with us. i'm gurvir dhindsa. >> glad to have you along. before we get to tony and our forecast up here, flooding is causing a left yes to fail this morning. it is forcing more people to evacuate. >> residents in central wisconsin starting fleeing their homes when that levee started to fail last night. wisconsin river has cut off people in one neighborhood in the town of portage. it is not clear exactly how many of the 300 residents are now stranded. they did not heed the warning to evacuate. the levee has not completely collapsed but officials say it is leaking. >> we have a little bit of wet weather out there this morning. >> some rain showers across the are
by acquiring joshed wils wison. the ravens send a conditional draft pick to seattle. wilson is a speedster. he arrived in seattle in 2007. his speed makes up for the loss th.dominique fox worwor wilson will likely not play in the preseason finale. we have the call for you on the game right here. i'm gerry sandusky. i hope your day is off to a fantastic start. . >> thank you. coming up in the next half-hour -- >> an elderly woman is raped. police are now looking for a suspect. we will have the latest on the investigation. >> a look at how state and local officials are bracing for hurricane earl. >> we will give you the latest track guidance on earl and talk about our own seven-day forecast. >> we are dealing with a downed tree in towson. tree in towson. we'll update you on as a career prosecutor i made decisions on facts not politics. in washington, i'm trying to do the same. that's why i voted to crackdown on wall street and protect the bay. and why i voted against the $3 trillion budget, the big bank bailout, and against the health care bill. you see for me it's not about democrats or republi
at route 4. quiet on the beltway at wilson bridge. looks good on the other side of town at bradley boulevard, to and from 270, a trip. looks fine in hyattstown. back to you. >> thank you. >>> 4:32. police searched through the night for explosives that may have been left behind by gunmen who took three people hostage at the discovery channel building. the gunman was shot by police and killed. >> many questions remain. the incident unfolded in downtown silver spring at the discovery building. courtney robinson has the latest. >> we still have officers on the scene. you can see them in front of discovery headquarters. they are in and out of the building. it is a massive building. many offices. the man kept police at bay four operas yesterday. james lee. he walked into the main lobby at 1:00 yesterday afternoon with a handgun and explosives strapped to -- strapped to his body and carrying a backpack and boxes cobbles also believed to be explosives. he entered, shot, and told everyone ought to move. he took three men hostage. officers got him on the phone and started negotiations. at 5
, the new traffic patterns now opennear the wilson bridge. that's supposed to ease your commute. >>> a well-known megachurch ptor breaks silence about the sex scandal swirling around him. >>> it's raining in the nation's capital. much needed rain and cooler temperatures. your forecast and a look at traffic when we come back. a four years ago, bob ehrlich got fired as governor of maryland. for good reason. first, he protected tax loopholes for giant cable cable companies. then, he let utilities jack up our rates 72%. and for the last four years, he worked as a hired gun for big corporations, even a bank that took billionfrom a taxpayer funded bailout. ehrlich sides with corporate executives again and again and again tell bob ehrlich big banks and billionares don't need help. middle cde do. >>> traffic on the ones. good morning. 6:11. meteorologist tom kierein. adding a little rain to your waffle batter this morning much passing shorth. eastern west virginia. district of columbia and much of maryland, showers. with us from time to time throhout the day. generally in the 60s. near the bay and
. >> reporter: minor's relatives were in court monday. also there, another victim, 17- year-old antoine wilson. >> i almost died, you know. they had to revive me twice and i have 40 staples in my stomach. it is scary, you know. >> reporter: wilson's scars and the physical pain a daily reminder of the horror he went through. >> i want to ask him just why? what went wrong? at the point where he had to start stabbing innocent people. >> we suspect that he was preying on vulnerable african- american men trying to take their lives and destroy them. >> reporter: prosecutor david layton says investigators still don't have a motive or any other suspects in the cases. >> we'll do everything we can to see that these cases are won so this you can have the closure you need and that we can lock this fellow up forever forever because that what is justice requires. >> that is laura evans reporting. abuelazam is suspected in three attacks in leesburg, two with a knife and another with a hammer. all of those victims survived. police are looking at abuelazam as a possible suspect in a deadly stabbing from last
to what's happening today, because we're repeating the wilson administration. the news agencies that didn't respect the cpi's request were moved out of the information loop. gee, who did that? i think president obama did by saying, oh, no, fox isn't even a real news organization, tried to cut us out of the pool feed and they issued 6,000 press releases aen they also had 75,000 four-minutemen. what are four-minutemen? she is guys delivered 7.5 million speeches, spoke in front of 300 million people all controlled by these guys, okay? four minutes because that was the time it took to change the news reel. periodicals were also sent to more than 600,000 teachers for their use in their classrooms. it's almost like the epa now coming in and teaching social and ecological justice. the boy scouts were used to deliver wilson's addresses door-to-door. wow, that's almost like community organizing. almost 1500 unique poster designs, many of them created to depict german people as blood thirsty monsters and these are some of the posters and gosh, almost what we're doing for the national endowment for
on the beltway leading annandale to merrifield and you will fine that traveling at the wilson bridge, all lanes are open and traffic is running smoothly there. top side of beltway, the outer loop as you work your way around from 650 new hampshire avenue and continue to silver spring, light traffic volume there as well. you will find lanes are open coming southbound as you travel from 109 out towards the split. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> it appears the east coast will avoid the wrath of hurricane igor. the category one storm barely missed bermuda, making its way up the atlantic ocean away from the northeastern u.s. the storm pelted bermuda with rain and knocked out electricity in many parts of the island. forecasters say igor will continue to cause high surf and rip current as long the eastern seaboard. >>> questions continue to swirl this morning about the detect a man in frederick, maryland. police were called to a home on south market street three times to break up a fight between a man and a woman. when officers arrived, they found an injured woman. she was transported
for money. james wilson of pennsylvania, remove the possibility of paper money. pierce butler, disarm the government of such power. langdon in new hampshire, i love this -- you said reject the whole constitution if paper money is not barred. that's how much they think. we know what happened during that time. of the government of the united states issued the continentals and came from the continental congress first and the continentals that eventually were found to be worthless. they paid the troops in our war for independence with worthless paper money and it created a lot of bitterness. it gave rise to the expression that i use to hear my parents and grandparents say, something wasn't worth the continental. they were talking about an automobile. so we move on. the quick pictorial history of what's happened to the money in the united states. here we have the 197 gold certificate. it said on it, the certifies it's been deposited in treasury of in the state's $10 and gold coin payable to the bear on demand. the finest paper money the world has known completes fiduciary money. 197. it is
the terps. the ravens give up a conditional draft pick for next year. wilson started 12 games for seattle next season. was expected to be a starting corner again this year. the ravens were very aggressive on their pursuit of him. both returned for touchdowns. he has six picks in his three year career and is also an experienced pick returner. wilson is a teammate of foxworth who's preseason injury is why they had to make the trade. >>> injuries in the secondary have been a serious concern for the regular season. darrius will not play on thursday. washington reflected on all the negativity he's heard about the ravens defense. >> i think it was the worse secondary in the nfl right now. it is what it is. you just have to go out and play. i don't put too much worry. >> another issue for the secondary is the health of ed reed who has not practiced yesterday until he had hip injury. they will make a decision friday. which will mean he will miss at least the first six games. >>> buck shorwalter is closing out a series and a great one. bryan robert scores and luke scott he just keeps on running, c
a update you at the wilson bridge. inner loop of the beltway bcked in the overnight hours from time to time right at i-66. had to go inner loop, flip around, come back in. that should be wrapped up. outer loop wrappg up. joe, eun. >> jerry thanks. >>> still to come, from the bedroom to the courtroom, a maryland couple suing over bedbugs. >>> plus, a subject he knows all too well. what mayor fenty says about the political risk reforming schools. >>> who is calling f >>> 4:44. here are some of the top stories. breaking news ou of northwest washington where crews are battling a fire at an eight-story apartment building. live look at the scene right now. seven pele had to be taken to the hospital. they say someone set trash on fire in a stairwell. we have a crew there. we'll bring you an update at once. >>> police still looking for suspects in northwest washington. officers say a group of people we leaving a funeral when someone started firing shots at one of their cars, which then stropd. police believe the shooting may have been gang related. >>> former president jimmy carter is expected to
of the wilson bridge project. the crews will be repaving and marking ramps and lanes and the work is scheduled to start in about two hours and it will be done by noon tomorrow. >>> tomorrow in arlington, the wilson and childrenton boulevard will be shut down between washington boulevard and north garfield streets. it is all for the annual children on the day celebration. it will be closed 5:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. serious business or political spectacle? still to come some of stephen colbert's testimony on captiol hill. >>> and why sometimes it is a good idea to pack your own parachute. seriously. the story is up connection next. >>> the sixth amendment of the constitution garns you the right to a speedy trial. but lawyers for the man accused of stabbing five people in michigan say they don't need one. hi is also suspected in three stabbings in lees bug, another in ohio. he is facing a murder count and five attempted murder charges in michigan. >>> in belgium, headlines are filled with the details of a trial surrounding a deadly love triangle. a 26-year-old woman is charged with cutting the parac
. with a name like spinks you better be punching. he punches it in off the right side. wilson takes the lead. later in the first half, lightbulbpy, banks, rose. three names, one frame of mind. a touchdown, wilson wins it big, 44-12. >>> all right. check out all of the stuff, but don't forget, you can always go to dchigh school.com. here are the scores from tonight. check this out. a good one 19-14. chantilly, 45-19 over woodson. dc.highschoolsports.net. go there and get updated all night long. >>> damascus taking on seneca valley. >> eddie cunningham, don't you dare try to go for it on 4th and 1. huh-uh. that ain't going to happen. the screaming eagles driving, max nicholson to michael doug for a hookup. that set up this field goal for seneca. damascus gets the win 22-16. >>> all right. who's next? that's what they say at broad run. the two-time defending state champs look like they have every intention of repeating their first 4 games by an average of 40 points.
the current location can hold all of the students. while 1500 teenagers that attend wilson high school could not fit on campus during construction and they are attending at wilson. >> drilling is not allow during two hour an the construction site is sealed off from classes. students wearing uniforms for the first time attend class in a wing that used to be open space. >> nothing in terms of construction is keeping learning from taking place on a daily basis. >> some feel cramped in the new space. >> just cut off. >> reporter: while the debate continues, robinson says they have taken measures to keep kids safe until the construction is complete in 2012. 9 news now. >>> and anacostia high is not alone here. deal middle school in ward 3 is under construction while students attend classes inside the building. the asbestos removal at anacostia was performed over the summer. >>> hundreds of people who live near boulder, colorado are going to their homes after the devastating wildfire last week. the fire destroyed more than 160 homes and officials expect to have it completely contained later today.
and outer loop as you travel between i-95 and wilson bridge off to a very fine start. joe, eun. >> jerry, tha you. >>> a death investigation under way after a body was found on the train tracks. csx wkers found a body late last night. police say the body may have been on the tracks for a few days. it is described of that as a black man in his 40s or 50s. >>> two young children are in the hospital with injuries after a car hit them. it happened at about 5:00 yesterday afternoon. witnesses say the two were crossing polk street, ken el worth when they were hit. the driver stayed on the scene. no word whether charges will be filed. both children are 10 years old. >>> u.s. transportation officials will hold a summit on distracted drivers. eir goal to remind everyone the dange of talking and texting on cell phones while driving. nbc's leap an greg reports on the latest study. >> reporter: heather heard died in a carcrash when a driver of a trtor trailer rig lost control, which caused a chain reaction. he was text messaging at the time of the accident. >> everyone has someone they love or adore
south capitol. lanes are reopened. no worries there. wilson bridge, doing okay. along interstate 270 from frederick to rocklle, and i-70 between frederick and baltimore, everything is a-okay. j, eun. >>> still to come, it could be a messier monday commute if you're driving through tyson's corner. a ne traffic pattern on one of ♪ [ male announcer ] it's luxury with fire in its veins. bold. daring. capable of moving your soul. ♪ and that's even before you drop your foot on the pedal. ♪ the new 2011 cts coupe from cadillac. the new standard of the world. but you wouldn't want an antique computer. or an antique tv. ♪ or an antique remote control. so why are you still using an antique cable network created in 1948 for your 2010 tv? it's time to hook your tv up to a 100% fiber optic netrk. it's time for fios. visit verizon.com/getfios. call the rizon center for customers with disabilities at 800-974-6006 tty/v. >>> the oil well in the gulff mexico has been sealed permanently with cement. this is a live look under water. admiral thad allen says the well poses no further threat. it c
to remedy the situation. made a trade with he seahawws. and acquired this guy. cornerback josh wilson. in exchange for conditional draat choice in 2011. more he plays higher the choice. he is a three year veteran. six interceptions, returning two for touchdowns. and he has 4.39 speed in the 40. but wilson will arrive omorrow and will not play thursday against the rams. >> under nfl rules, teams had until today to cut the rosters down to 75. and for the ravens, that meant two guys had to go. linebbckerer and matt lawrence recovering from a torn quad and knee injury respectfully placed on research physicaaly unable to perform. missing the first six weeks and will ot count as the 53 man roster. and they are dealing with another injured playee too. roccy defensive lineman terrance cody out after nee surgery, he had it a weak ago ann we became -ware of it today it looks as if he will miss two weeks. the ssason opener has noo been ruleddout. >> there is a chance he coulddbe back for the opener against the jets. or with a bigger guy sometimes it takes longer. and the plus is we have depth
a 2011 draft pick for josh wilson. being back home isn't thh only reason wilssn is happy to be in baltimore. -> being here and being at home is definitely numberrtwo. number one is having a pass rush. that's the beet. that's definitely number one, having a pass rrsh and a front seven. i grew up watching these guys, and yoo know, being excited and, you know, circumstances may not be how i thought i was going to get here, but i'm definitely glad i got here. >> josh wilson expects to play in week oneeagainss the >>> gorgeous wwather for our holiday weekend. upper 70s saturday and sunday, -arming up to 90 degrees by wednesday before we see a few clouds towards the end of the week. jeff and karen, back to you..3 >> thanks a lot, emily. that's all for the late edition. thanks for joining us. i'm karen parks. i'm jeff barnes. %-tomorrow. you at the fair >> take care. goodnight! ♪ stinky ♪ hefty ♪ stinky ♪ hefty ♪ stinky, stinky ♪ hefty, hefty, hefty [ announcer ] hefty bags with unscented odor block technology... help neutralize odors and stop the stinkies. ♪ stink
to reinstate me. >> reporter: he's taught in d.c. schools for 21 years at wilson high school, for the past 21 years, until he got a let transferring him. citing education philosophy differences. it was about a wilson class trip to the bahamas this past year. >> i reported to the chancellor that students went to the senior class trip, over 88 student, eight had offer 200 unexcused absences, they were failing classes and another 10 #45d over 100 -- had had 100 unsupervised absences. >> he supported athletic violations in -- he reported athletic violations. >> students who have not met all of their requirements. >> reporter: he appealed the transfer decision to the chancellor. it was based on val #4rid reasons and completely unrelated to the allegations of impropriety that you made. >> are they getting rid of you because of educate # -- educational differences or because you're a whistle blower? >> i can't read their minds but i believe they don't want anybody who will speak up against any of the practices, educational prak titsz, as well as management prak titsz, that are harmful to students an
. ford can fly. took third base. throw goes into left field, ford slides in and wilson, so the young man came on as a pinch runner and ends up winning the game as wilson closes out. giants 2, colorado 1. san diego lost their 7th straight. giants three back in the west. off tomorrow, giants at dodger stadium friday night. c.c. sabathia pitches tomorrow. as the angels try to avoid a four game sweep. anderson, and from there on couple of hitters later, the yankees take over. here comes teixeira. the previous two nights they caved in but here we go with kevin in the 4th, takes aj burnett, who has been looking for a good outing, not bad tonight, 9th, suzuki with the score 4-3 and that's it. the great closure rivera finishes it for the a's. 9-1/2 back of the rangers. here is a real brawl. chris, morgan, they charge the mound. these guys, this looks like a real fight, look, that is stuff that's going to get you suspended. that's what i would do. if you were in the middle of a fight, i would be at the end, oh, they broke it up. marlins won 16-10. the man that shop of the sharks said good-bye tod
. into the outfield. will ride through the park in the 2nd inning. scores. 2-1 giants. brian wilson on. pops it towards right. freddie sanchez makes the incredible catch to end the game. so lincecum wins so do the giants thanks to throbbing key who scored from second base. >> it felt great. it was just like winning the world series. >> indeed it was. here's the update. padres fading fast but the giants three games back. phillies beat the dodgers earlier so the giants remain a game and a half behind in the wild card chase. >>> teixeira says not so fast. 4-0a's. mariano rivera, gets suzuki to swing. yankees win 4-3. but doug wilson wheeling and dealing. san jose has signed the goalie that shut them out in the conference last season. niemi signed with the sharks. this just in, tennis. 2003 u.s. open champ andy roddick gone. being shut out by tavarivic. flatten in brett hayes at home. tonight the nationals got the revenge. chris molstat throwed on the side of morgan. morgan come ts out swinging. then clotheslined. we'll be back. i dislocated both my ankles. i had my first heart attack when i was
. 2-0. the insurance run was huge because wilson came up a homer. the giants hang on 2-1 and are a half game out of first place. the rockies did the giants a favor beating the padres today. the fremont native, a pair of three-run homers and tied a career high with seven r.b.i's. 23 bombs on the year helps the rockers out slug the padres. giants half game back in the west and half game back in the wild card. rain delay for the a's and royals and matt carson goes yard 3-0. wilson worked the full count and fouled off three pitches and then went grand slam in the third with two down. how about the play of the game in the fifth. cocoa crisp here, have no fear, cocoa is here. and a long slide. 6-3kc. two on and two out and called third strike to end the game. no, no way, that was not a strike. >> you wanna fight? a play at the plate sparks a little jawing. you want a piece of me? you don't want any of this. come get some. the benches clear and it is like the ufc in cleats. there you go. the raiders host the rams sunday in their home opener. you wonder, what are they going to
una iniciativa anti-inmigrante que se promulgo durante el gobierno estatal de pete wilson.---curiosamente, wilson es actualmente el jefe de campaÑa de whitman ... ---- meg whitman no quiso hablar sobre el financiamiento de su campaÑa, en la que ha invertido cientos de millones de dolares.--- la republicana critico a brown, diciendo que esta a favor de critico a brown, diciendo que esta a favor de que el democrata contraataco, afirmando que whitman quiere imponer un recorte de impuestos a los millonarios "como ella", dijo.---con respecto a los trabajos, brown aseguro que los creara a traves de la industria de la energia limpia.---- pero whitman le refuto, diciendo que ese tipo de trabajos solo representan el 3 por ciento del total. --- la candidata republicana pidio disculpas por no haber votado en la mayor parte de su vida adulta. --- y brown en un momento, ataco a la ex-directora de la empresa e-bay, alegando que "california ya le dio una oportunidad a alguien del sector privado y este no estuvo a la altura" refiriendose al gobernador schwarzenegger. ---gracias raul ...
innings. ryan wilson on. uribe got the force. giants win 3-1 thanks to burl and lincecum. >> it's even more rewarding when you see a guy do like that. >> we don't have to rely on anybody else to win or lose for that matter. we just got to take care of our business. and come out here and win every night. and we'll get in. >> i believe the giants can clinch this thing by friday night if all goes well tomorrow. a's and angels tied at 1 in the 11th inning. snapped one up the middle. mathis will score. that sixth straight los to the a's. it's time. >>> basketball. new warrior coach announces his starting five. monte ellis darrelle wright, steph curry. >>> tested positive for steroids. he has been suspended by cycling governing body. >>> top five. made his big league debut. looks like a keeper for the reds. but the astros won the game 2-0 was the final there. at number four, cardinals and pirates. skies one to left. john jay very aware of that wall. slides, makes the catch. 4-1 was the score. >>> number three after giving away 2000 tickets for tonight's game against the orioles, from jason u
pretty well. the team acquired josh wilson from the seattle seahawks in exchange for conditional draft pick in 2011. wilson started 12 games for seattle last season was expected to be their starting corner back this year. ironically wilson played with the ravens dominic fox worth who's preseason injury has cleared up space for wilson. ravens for regular season game is now weekend half away. you can watch the rains and jets live right here. that special coverage kicks off monday september 13th at 6:30. again, live right here wjz13. >>> of course we've got the ravens playing the st. louis rams thursday night final preseason game. my only hope is we got out of it any injury i couldn't care less, they could lose that game 2,000-3. i couldn't care less. when i tell you when we're in crunch time in december we've got play offs looming, i guarantee you, the fact that we played the rams will rank no higher than no. 23 on my who cares list. so, you know,. >> preseason. he'll be out for a couple of weeks. you know, ultimately who wins is who is healthy. you can charge this back for years. >> we
in virginia from the wilson bridge to 95 up to 66 looks like drivers are moving at speed. the same situation for those of you traveling 395. no incidents or accidents along the way past duke street toward shirlington. that's a quick look at traffic. andrea, back to you. >>> it is about 3 1/2 months until christmas but today we should learn whether loudoun county will allow any holiday displays in front of the courthouse. the debate has been going on since last year, and supervisors got final input last night. 9 news now reporter kristin fisher is live in leesburg, virginia, with more. good morning, kristin. >> good morning. the good news is by the end of the day we should know whether or not holiday religious displays will be allowed on the lawn outside of the loudoun county courthouse this holiday season. now, this debate took center stage last night at a public hearing before the loudoun county board. 100 people spoke out either for or against the board recommendation that would ban religious displays on the county courthouse lawn. supporters say it upholds the separation of church and sta
. the simple fact that washington, d.c. hasn't fixed anything. >> reporter: reid wilson of the political hot sheet the hotline say when people have lost jobs during this recession their anger can lead to outbursts. one new poll shows republicans and ends are angry yes about politics than democrat. politicians are targets but also smacking back. take this from chris christie when a heck letter shouted at meg whitman. >> hey, listen, hey, listen, you know what, you want to yell, yell at me. but don't give her a hard time. we're here, we're here talking about the future of the state of california and the if the of our country. and you know what, you know what, you know what, let me tell you this, you know what, it's people who raise their voices and yell and scream like you that are dividing this country. we're here to bring this country together. not divide it. >> how does all of this anger between voters and politicians translate really into the vote this november? >> well, i think it's going to play out very well for the republican party. poll after poll shows that republican voters are anim
to report traveling to and from the wilson bridge. inner loop of the beltway where the lanes divide, they are checking for a stalled car on the inner loop in the direction of the wilson bridge. if you are traveling south on 270, nice, easy ride. no trouble spots to report through rockville. i noticed they had already picked up the roadwork. no problems reported # 95 coming across the 14th street bridge headed across the potomac to the freeway. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. -- no problems reported # 95 coming across the 14th street bridge. >>> there has been a fire at an apartment building in northwest where residents have been rescued and where we believe as many as eight people have been injured. this is happening right now in the 3100 block of 16th street. we have reports of a child and an adult being burned. and also people sheltering in place on the eighth floor. >>> our other big story, the search is on for more suspects following a drive-by shooting at a funeral in the district which left one man dead and two others injured. the gunfire eresulted in the middle
on propaganda, an american author, an american that was with wilson in the office of goebbels. on propaganda. they say they learned prop -- propaganda, hitler learned it from the wilson administration. one thing that the wilson administration and progressives did at the time, they knew they had to destroy our faith and they knew they had to get social justice in there. hitler took it a million miles farther. he set out to draw christians to him, but explaining the seeds in "mein kampf" where he spoke of the creator and universe and eternal province. he states his belief the aryan race was created by god and a sin to dill -- dilute it through racial mixing. he also professed in a speech that jesus was the one true god. well, one pastor who will be with us tonight told us of the story when hitler became chancellor of germany. he met with all of the leading pastors. he openly try stod reassure them -- tried to reassure them that the position of the church was secure. but he secretly was setting out to silence them. one of the men in the room was martin neimoler. he wasn't buying it at all. he
damage that's left, we have two problems. those are blocking the lanes there. and you can take wilson instead. meantime, taking a live look outside, 83 and york road. no issues on the beltway at the eastside. or on 95 south of the beltway. this is brought to you by your toyota dealer. toyota, moving forward. there, back to you, don and bernadette. >> and the ronster at clementine. >> >> good morning, everyone. we're live at harford road. if you don't have dinner plans tonight, we have a suggestion, make a reservation. it's dining out for life. enjoy a great meal and at the same time, help others. >> it's another busy day and moveable feast in east baltimore. they're preparing 30,000 meals that are delivered each month. we deliver to those that are home bound, living with hiv and breast cancer and we deliver all around the area. >> reporter: the feast is tomorrow night. we have 50 restaurants participating and 20 for lunch and dinner and three for all three meals. >> reporter: she's a breast cancer surviver. >> it wasn't just the food she was bringing, it was the care and compassion an
wilson bridge. the park way will be shut down from mt. vernon to bell haven road. the park way will be closed to traffic from 6:00 in the morning until noon. the half marathon is the very first race across the woodrow wilson bridge. >>> tomorrow's washington examiner, montgomery county workers spend significantly more hours in recent months browsing websites, not usually related to their jobs. that's not according to us, but county analysts on internet usage. you can read the full story in sunday's washington examiner. >>> still to come, bermuda bracing for igor tonight. what about any impact along the atlantic coast? >>> step back in time this weekend to mt. vernon, 18th century entertainm >>> if you were lucky enough to get outside it was a great time to go to mt. vernon. arty sans re-- artisans recreated a 18th century arts and crafts. one of the most popular events is the ancient art of making chocolate using authentic colonial recipes. >>> from parenting to politics, george mason's annual festival for all kinds of writers. it begins tomorrow at george mason university. run
to the wilson bridge. no concerns. across the bridge, it looks good. as does the outer look. a tractor trailer closes near the chesapeake house. if you're headed up to delaware, heads-up for that. i-95 temporarily closed. >> all right. that's a problem. thanks, jerry. >>> it was a sleepless night for many redskins fans. finally, for all the right reasons. the showdown was one of the most anticipated opening in years. it did not disappoint. >> at least in the ending. the skins did get the job done in pretty much filling fashion. hakim dermish has the highlights. >> reporter: good morning, everyone. mike shanahan sure knows how to make a first impression. entering last night he was 12-4 in season openers. all that matters this far he is 1-0 against the dallas cowboys. redskins played scrappy all the way to the end. snapping say three-game losing streak to their bitter rivals. here's how it went down. last night mike shanahan getting off to a great start. redskins up 3-0. here come the cowboys. or not so much. tony romo scrambles. flips it to choice. uh-oh. deangelo hall knocks the ball loose. sc
of a half marathon on the woodrow wilson bridge. the park way will be shut down from mt. vernon to bell haven road. the park way will be closed to traffic from 6:00 in the morning until noon. the half marathon is the very first race across the woodrow wilson bridge. >>> tomorrow's washington examiner, montgomery county workers spend significantly more hours in recent months browsing websites, not usually related to their jobs. that's not according to us, but county analysts on internet usage. you can read the full story in sunday's washington examiner. >>> still to come, bermuda bracing for igor tonight. what about any impact along the atlantic coast? >>> step back in time this weekend to mt. vernon, 18th century entertainment. we're going to take you there. [ male announcer ] this is the way most people choose a toothbrush. with so many to choose from it's hard to see the difference. but this is the way most dentists choose a toothbrush. fact is, more dentists brush with an oral-b toothbrush than any other brush. ♪ if you could see what your dentist sees, you'd reach for an oral-b to
with michelle rhee whose future remains in limbo this morning. the two metaphor more than an hour at the wilson building and then appeared before the cameras after that much-anticipated meeting. you see rhee stays in the background and appears to be unhappy. she kept her distance as gray spoke to reporters. >> we did not clans about staying or going. we talked about the state of education in the city. >> gray says he and rhee will meet again in the next few weeks but he will not make any personnel decisions until after the november election. he tried to interview michelle rhee but they said the chairman is the only one making a statement. >>> it is 6:06. when "good morning washington" returns, steven cobert makes a trip to capitol hill. >>> plus, a look back at the life of eddie fisher. a singer better known for his scandalous life. >>> first, a sneak peek at the weekend forecast. building wind farms and expanding clean energy manufacturing. but in america, gridlock has held us back. now, the senate can change that - by passing a renewable electricity standard. it will spur development of clean
at this hour. traffic running smoothly in each direction down south at the wilson bridge. the beltway holding steady. no problems between annandale and merrifield. the lanes are open as you work your way around towards 270. still a portion of old annapolis road shut down in each direction near florence. that is over at wood brine road due to an early morning crash with a utility pole knocked down at the scene. lanes are open on i-95. no problems reported out of woodbridge. that's a check of your fox 5 on-time traffic. >>> they help you pass your time on the metro commute but as much as you love your cell phone, ipod or laptop, so do the criminals. robberies are on the rise. from january until june, nearly 550 robberies occurred. that is up about 160 from the year before. will thomas rode the rails with metro transit police to help you cruise your chance of becoming a victim. >> reporter: we are talking about personal robberies not only to trains but on buses. captain leslie campbell of metro transit police joining us. let's talk about who makes a
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